Crestron TSW-560, TSW-760 and TSW 1060 touchscreens: Features and availability

posted on Monday, 21st November 2016 by Geny Caloisi

Crestron  Home automation  Smart home 

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Crestron is now shipping the next generation of its TSW touch screens. The TSW-560, TSW-760, and TSW 1060 promise a better touch screen performance for home entertainment and automation. Pricing remains unchanged from previous generations.

“Crestron TSW touch screens offer an incredible user experience, from audio to video to amazing applications,” said Byron Wendling, Technology Manager at Crestron. “For this generation, we focused on having an exceptionally fast processor and making strategic improvements that deliver big benefits to integrators and their customers.” 

New TSW touch screen features include:

Ultra fast processor – The latest TSWs feature a state-of-art Crestron processor that delivers a whole new level of performance. Touch screen control and navigation is fast and responsive, perfect for custom home automation.

Native Sonos integration – Only the new Crestron TSWs are able to run the full Sonos application and interface on the touch screen as part of an integrated home audio system.

Optional camera and microphone – To support high quality video intercom experiences between residents in different rooms and buildings, models are available with built-in cameras and microphones.

Backlit capacitive buttons – The screen border now features backlit capacitive buttons that illuminate according to user needs.

Ambient light sensor – Like popular mobile devices, screen brightness and LED backlights now adjusts automatically according to ambient light levels in the room.

Secure mounting option – All TSWs now ship with a special mounting latch that makes it easy to lock touch screens in place. 

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Crestron says it has special care not to make any changes that disrupt how integrators install and commission TSWs. The styling and colours remain the same, as does power via PoE and mounting options. 

 

Geny Caloisi

Geny Caloisi is an accomplished technology journalist who has worked in a variety of AV industry publications. 

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